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Learning the Land Walking Tour explores land use stories on the Texas Woman’s University campus and in the surrounding area through a collection of sites that were selected and researched by TWU students and faculty in conversation with local community members. The tour is inspired by a range of past, present, and future land use topics—from Quakertown to the TWU Golf Course—and invites people to develop a deepened understanding and awareness of their surroundings.
Contributors: Morgan Fowler, Kamali Hill, Reyna Mondragon, Claudia Pacheco Orcasitas, Jonathan Pattiwael, Adrienne Schrag, Najwa Seyedmorteza, Randrea Singleton, Ashlea Sovetts, Michael Mulvey, Maria Villanueva, Agatha Beins, Sarah Gamblin, Molly Sherman
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Land use, Story telling
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Sherman, Molly, "Learning the Land Walking Tour" (2019). Learning the Land Walking Tour. 1.